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Yucky Mummy Terri Cowley and her iPhone showcase ...
... doesn’t show up to 9am swimming lessons fully made up. More than 6000 photos comprise her "digital diary" of the adventure, which she posted on social media, allowing people to share the...
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Canon executive supports less work, with more res...
... Philippines, with its growing economy and expanding middle class, also has a growing market of camera lovers. “About ten percent of Filipinos have the gross domestic income equivalent to that of...
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Time-lapse footage of stars and storms is absolut...
... autumn 2013. The 47-year-old spent 40 nights scattered across eight-months sat near his camera to obtain the crystal-clear footage. Randy, from Kennebec, South Dakota, has been shooting...
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The amateur aperature: AVA offers three-night cou...
For many amateur photographers, upgrading from a point-and-shoot camera to a digital single-lens reflex — or DSLR — can feel like auditing a course on differential calculus. As a result, some choose...
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Readers' Choice Awards 2014: Cameras & Camcorders
The popularity and ever-improving quality of smartphone cameras has had a significant impact on the digital camera market. Four out of five respondents to our latest PCMag Readers' Choice Survey on...
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IC suppliers shift strategies to counter decline ...
Embedded camera apps for automotive, tablets and PCs, phones, security and surveillance keep chip sales alive USA: Almost as quickly as they took over, stand-alone digital cameras are now being...
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